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Good morning Year 3. We are really proud of how well you seem to be coping and adjusting to this new way of learning. Everything you do will help you be ready to return to school when we are allowed. Until then, try to keep in a routine and do a bit of work but also have some fun with your family at home. Here are today's tasks and the answers to yesterday's.

Answers for CGP work on prepositions


Planned Learning (Core + Foundation)

On Line Resources

31st March


Mark - CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling – Prepositions p24 and 25 in green pen

Reading –  CGP English Comprehension – Robotic Baby Penguin p16 and 17

GAPS – Watch

Then do Collins Grammar and Punctuation – Speech marks p12 and p13 (Do in English book – remember to write the date, set it out neatly and use neat handwriting)

Complete the I am learning activity.



Mark arithmetic answers will be uploaded.

Complete My Maths More fractions.

Greens and Yellows

Textbook p18


Textbook p55



Multiplication – Try to complete 3 Garages and Studios daily. You can do a Soundcheck too but this has been set to do every Friday.





Retell the Easter story or create a comic strip.



I Am Learning –

KS2 English – Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Y4 – Speech punctuation


My Maths – More fractions.


Votes for Schools



Reading Cloud – Continue reading your e-book



Daily Challenge 


Family Tree


In today's challenge you need to think about your family. I know a lot of you will be missing not being able to see all of your family but hopefully you've managed to keep in contact with them in some way. Think about who is in your family? How are you all related? 


Today, you are going to create a family tree. A family tree is a way of displaying the relationship between a number of people within a family. A family tree helps us to tell our family story and share information about our past. Here is an example 



A family tree helps us to sequence information about our family, from the oldest to the youngest. You
can use photos, drawings or words to help share information about your family.


When you create your family tree, think about how to clearly present it, showing the connections between the members. You may  want to add more details, such as full names, dates of birth and occupations. This may require research such as calling older members of the family.

Here is an example of how you may want to set it out.